Are You Seeking Solace by Self-publishing Your Book?

new roman’, times; font-size: 20px;”>The craze of self publishing has taken over authors. Every author wants it easy. Most want to avoid the hassles and frustration that comes with involving a publisher in the process. Multiple manuscript rejections, tardiness of the whole process, and lack of freedom are the very factors that propel a book author to go the self-publishing route.
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  • new roman’, times; font-size: 20px;”>Rights – You retain all the rights to your book when you self-publish it. These are lost when you hire a publisher who will retain some of your rights while you have a hold onto only a few ones, or you get no rights but only royalties.
  • new roman’, times; font-size: 20px;”>Higher Rate of Royalties – You can take home a higher amount for royalty when you adopt the self-publishing mode. Traditional publishers pay around 20% of net revenues as royalties to authors whereas self-publishers pay around 30% to 70% royalties. So, why not get more returns for your book through the self-publishing mode?
  • time. The shelf life of eBooks is much larger than that of a printed book copy. A retailer will retain your printed book for some days or months; your eBook is always there on the internet unless you choose to delete it yourself. So, there are greater chances of an eBook getting noticed versus a printed copy.
  • new roman’, times; font-size: 20px;”>Easy Promotion- If you wish to distribute few free copies to generate an initial wave of interest amongst readers, you can easily do it via the digital mode.Once your free e-copy reaches the readers who have a larger sphere of influence owing to their huge network, your book will become widely known amongst the reader base.
  • new roman’, times; font-size: 20px;”>Many authors who are tired of approaching multiple publishers and coming out unsuccessful each time have found self-publishing to be an ideal mode of publishing their book. When you self-publish your book, you are the sole master of your book’s destiny. If it is successful, you are to take the credit. If it fails, nobody else is to be blamed.
    new roman’, times; font-size: 20px;”>Jasmine Roy has extensive experience in writing on a range of topics.These portals they not only support book publishers, new authors, freelance illustrators but they also provide valuable information and services to publishing agents and agencies.

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